The Christian Fiction Blog Alliance introduces
HAPPILY EVEN AFTER by MARILYNN GRIFFITH
Number 3 in the Sassy Sistahood Series -- Available January 1, 2008, Steeple Hill Publishers
Marilynn Griffith is one of my favorite writers. When I pick up one of her books, I'm brought into her life immediately. Reading Marilynn Griffith's writing is like sitting at her breakfast table and listening to your best friend sharing hilariously funny and poignant details of her life. You'll laugh, cry, and enjoy Happily Even After immensely-- Vicki.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Marilynn Griffith is mom to a tribe, wife to a deacon, and proof that God gives second chances. While best known for her colorful novels about friendship, family and faith, Marilynn is also a speaker and nonfiction writer.
Her nonfiction has been included in CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE CHRISTIAN WOMAN'S SOUL, and several other devotionals and magazines. Currently, Marilynn is editor of SISTAHFAITH:BELIEVING BEYOND SHAME anthology. She is also the founder of Faithchick.com, a blog for faith fiction readers.
Marilynn is the author of six novels dealing with issues such as teen pregnancy, AIDS, abstinence, stress relief, single parenting and marriage. Her recent fiction titles include TANGERINE and IF THE SHOE FITS.
Marilynn has served as vice president and publicity officer of American Christian Fiction Writers. She speaks to youth, women, and writers about believing beyond boundaries and daring to reach dreams.
Marilynn lives in Florida with her husband and seven children whom she taught at home for seven years.
When not chasing toddlers, helping with homework or trying to find her husband a clean shirt, she can be found scribbling furiously on her next novel.
To book Marilynn for media interviews, speaking engagements, Serious Fun fiction parties or book club call-ins, please contact her thru her WEBSITE.
ABOUT THE BOOK
Superwoman doesn't live here!
I marry a gorgeous executive, have a baby, lose all the weight (most of it), and move to a fine house in the suburbs with a welcoming new church. Wait...did I say welcoming?
One teeny waaah! and new mothers and their crying babies are exiled to a separate room. At least there's some enlightening conversation. Like about my husband and issues I didn't even know about!
And then there's my aptly named mother-in-law, Queen Elizabeth, who can't stand me.
I'm about to lose my mind! So it's high time for a visit to the Sassy Sistahood for some much-needed advice about men, marriage and motherhood!
The Sassy Sistahood: They get by with a little help from their friends.